The iQOO 12 series has been revealed and it features the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC and other premium quirks.
iQOO 12 Series
As stated earlier, both phones in the series will boast a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage. The duo also features a self-developed Q1 chip that is said to help with gaming up to 144Hz at 1080p and brings with it low latency frame insertion, super frame, and super-resolution, among the other gaming-related features.
In addition, both variants in the series are equipped with AMOLED 144Hz refresh rate capable displays. The Pro model has a 3200x1440p E7 AMOLED display while the vanilla has a flat 2800×1260 AMOLED panel.
They also have a triple camera setup with a 50MP main sensor, a 64MP telephoto lens that offers 3x optical zoom, and a 40MP ultrawide lens. The OmniVision OV50H lens is the main 50MP lens for both devices and it has a 1/1.3-inch sensor which offers better night shots.
The vanilla model features a pretty standard 5000mAh capacity battery, while, the Pro model has a slightly larger 5100mAh battery. Both devices though support up to 120W fast charging.
Here are the specs of the iQOO 12 series phones
|iQOO 12||iQOO 12 Pro|
|Chipset||Snapdragon 8 Gen 3||Snapdragon 8 Gen 3|
|Display||6.78-inch AMOLED 2800x1260p 144Hz||6.78-inch AMOLED 3200x1440p 144Hz|
|Battery||5000mAh 120W charging||5100mAh 120W charging|
|Rear Camera||50MP main camera|
|50MP main camera|
|Color/s||Black, Red, and White (BMW design)||Black, Red, and White (BMW design)|
Price and Availability
- 12 + 256GB – CNY 3,999 (around PHP 31,000)
- 16 + 512GB – CNY 4,299 (around PHP 33,000)
- 16 + 1TB – CNY 4,699 (around PHP 36,000)
iQOO 12 Pro
- 16 + 256GB – CNY 4,999 (around PHP 39,000)
- 16 + 512GB – CNY 5,499 (around PHP 42,000)
- 16 + 1TB – CNY 5,999 (around PHP 46,000)
Both phones are ready for pre-orders today with sales happening on November 14 in China.
*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.